Author: gflores@santa-ana.org

SAPD celebrates Santa Ana Family Justice Center’s 3rd anniversary

We are excited to announce that Jan. 28 marks the official third year anniversary of the Santa Ana Family Justice Center (SAFJC)! The SAFJC opened its doors on Jan. 28, 2020, and has remained steadfast and committed to serving our Santa Ana Community. Conveniently located inside the Santa Ana Police Department, the SAFJC is a … Continued

Permitted events and street closures for Jan. 26 – Feb. 4

Thursday, January 26 Santa Ana Boulevard between Mortimer and Lacy streets Loud nighttime work as early as 10 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 26. Full closure 4 to 8 a.m. on Friday, Jan. 27. Oak Street will be closed at Warner Avenue Closure will be in place 24 hours a day for the next six weeks. Full … Continued

SAPD commits to the 30×30 initiative advancing women in policing

  The Santa Ana Police Department is proud to announce its commitment and official pledge to the 30X30 Initiative – Advancing Women in Policing. The 30X30 Initiative is a nationwide initiative to advance women in policing. The ultimate goal is to increase the representation of women in police to 30% by the year 2030 and … Continued

Permitted events and street closures for Jan. 19-27

Through Friday, January 20 Bush Street between 5th Street and Santa Ana Blvd. – In order to accommodate construction work in the area, there is currently a full closure to through traffic on Bush Street between 5th Street and Santa Ana Boulevard, and the southbound lanes will be closed on Bush Street between 4th and 5th streets. The closures will … Continued

COSAS: City Manager’s Newsletter for January 13, 2023

In this edition of COSAS, learn about our new traffic safety survey, the lowered home business permit fee, an upcoming safe routes to school project, community engagement efforts by Code Enforcement, and fun events happening in our City. Subscribe to COSAS Spotlight Photo Luchando in Santa Ana. Photo Credit: Marcos S. – @luxeodon, @i_photovisions To … Continued

Santa Ana lowers fee for home-based business permits

The Santa Ana City Council recently approved reducing the Home Occupation Permit (HOP) fee from $320 to $50.32 to better serve and make it more affordable for modern, small home-based business needs. The Santa Ana Municipal Code requires that every business operating from residential premises needs to secure a HOP and comply with all applicable … Continued

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